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CGT is Here! (And Getting Back to its Roots)

There have been some major changes at CGT over the past few years, but we’re proud to announce we’re going back to our roots to deliver readers what they have come to expect from the brand.

Brandless Forced to Call it Quits

Brandless, the DTC consumer goods company that flew its flag on generic branding and packaging, ceased operations this week.

These annual awards were presented to 41 consumer goods products showing that shoppers still crave innovations that make their lives easier, offer more value or are essential to livelihoods.

Global pharmaceutical and healthcare company GSK is undertaking a two-year plan to split itself in two.

The future of desserts is dairy-free, and Ben & Jerry’s is heeding the call.

Harry’s Co-founders express disappointment in the agency’s decision to stop the potential $1.37 billion merger for the consumer shaving space.

The chief growth officer for Kimberly-Clark has joined the board for Neustar, a global information services and identity resolution company.

​​​​​​​Shopping can be highly emotional, creating connections among people and providing a sense of control in one’s life. However, those qualities might not seem to jibe with the transactional bustle of back-to-school season.

CVS Pharmacy in October deepened its relationship with on-demand beauty service Glamsquad to exclusively launch a new line of hair care and beauty tools dubbed GSQ by Glamsquad.

Stop & Shop in September began piloting a fresh bread-making machine at a Milford, MA-based store as the company adds more unique elements to reverse dropping sales.

The brand's new at-home LED whitening device promises to turn teeth six shades whiter in 10 days. 

The hair care brand is expanding its use of tactile markings on its shampoo and conditioner bottles, and launched a new Alexa skill to further its efforts of making hair care easier for consumers with low to no vision.

Through a partnership with Innit, the rice brand launched a new tech initiative that leverages the Google Lens visual search technology to connect digital information to physical products and unlock meal solutions.

Best Buy is kicking off the holiday season by offering free next-day delivery on thousands of items from Oct. 22 through Dec. 25.

The mass merchant is giving another digital native, personal care brand an in-store presence by exclusively stocking Myro plant-based deodorants in refillable cases.

Packaged in boxes depicting black-and-white photographs of parents and their babies against a bold black background, Kimberly-Clark's new Huggies Special Delivery premium diapers stand out in a category full of pastels, whites and soft colors. In partnership with Target, a program incorporating the brand's unique creative spotlights the new diapers in stores, online and through unique, Minneapolis-area experiential events.

Coca-Cola Co. will sell its water brand in aluminum cans and bottles as part of sustainable packaging initiatives the manufacturer is planning over the next year aimed at reducing plastic waste.

The dollar store chain is shining a spotlight on a new private label brand of premium baby SKUs.

King’s Row Coffee and Drink Simple teamed up to bring an innovative product to North Atlantic Whole Foods Market stores: maple water nitro cold brew.

Walmart began stocking Procter & Gamble's Native deodorant this year, adding an option to its lineup that is free of parabens and aluminum.

The AI-enabled Meal Hero app helps users make customized meal plans and related shopping lists. 

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